Tugcu Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Celal bayar cad. Kent Meydani Karsisi No:195, Gazc?lar, Bursa, 16220, Turkey

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Costs about the same, but rated 23% higher than other 4 star hotels

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    Clean, Centrally Located and Comfortable

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    I stayed for two nights November 2010.

    A really nice, modern hotel. The hotel staff were friendly and efficient and they had no problems with helping us organise our transport for nine to the ferry port at Yalova.

    A good central location, within walking distance of the heart of the city and only a bar hop or two, or was it three, from Bursaspor football stadium.

    There were plenty of local restaurants around which catered adequately for our late night Kebab hunger.

    Unique Quality: The rooms were comfy and clean. The buffet breakfast, which I struggled with on the first morning due to a hangover, was a wide range of bread, cheese, fruit, along with hot pizza slices and flowery sausages.

    I went for the hard boiled eggs on the first morning but, as I was feeling a bit more alive on the second day went for the freshly cooked fried eggs.

    These were cooked in front of me by the chef, who would also do a mean omelette.

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Ski in uludag

by fzarnegar

What is the best timing to ski in uludag? Is mid or end of Feb a ggod time with good snow? Can you recommend some good hotels close to ski lifts...

Frank

Re: Ski in uludag

by muratkorman

This year winter is expected to be long with high snowfall. Uludag will be great in January and February. It may even last until end of March depending on temperatures and snowfall. The hotels in Uludag are all close to ski lifts. However, tracks are very short and Uludag is highly populated by the crowds flocking from Istanbul and Bursa. If you want to enjoy longer tracks I suggest Kartalkaya in Bolu. It takes around 3.5 - 4 hours drive from Istanbul. For Kartalkaya, there are only 3 hotels and the ski lifts start just on the exit of these hotels.

Re: Ski in uludag

by DSwede

I agree with Murat with his descriptions of Uludag. My advice if you choose Bursa/Uludag is to stay in the city and take one of many shuttle busses up to the ski area. That way you do not have to find parking, you will have more options for food and entertainment in the city, and lodging costs will be less expensive.

Re: Ski in uludag

by ASHULKIND

this is an interesting question. we are planning to ski uludag in early january 2008. having trouble finding information about lift tickets. is it advisable to buy these in advance? how much should we expect to spend? did I understand that each chair lift requires a different ticket? thanks for the info.

Re: Ski in uludag

by DSwede

Tickets at Uludag have a bar code scanner. You can easily buy your tickets at the resort, with no need to buy in advance.

You can buy an unlimited all-day pass. Or you can buy individual number of runs. When you finish what you paid for, the bar code reader at the chair lift will deny further access.

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Re: Ski in uludag

by ASHULKIND

thanks dswede. in general, what might a pass cost? 10YTL, 100YTL, 1000YTL?

Re: Ski in uludag

by DSwede

If I recall correctly, prices were ~4,000,000 per lift or ~40,000,000 for unlimited access. But that was obviously before the currency was re-issued.

So now, I guess prices would be about 4.6 TRY per lift, or 46 TRY for unlimited access.

Please take that as an estimate...

Travel Tips for Bursa

Hamam

by PALLINA

You cannot go to Bursa without joining the experience of the tukish bath. It is very different from what you have probably experienced in other SPAs all over the world. First of all, hamam are big, have a very high ceiling (more that 5 meters I mean) with a lot of light coming down, they are not those dark holes we are used to in our wellness centres and they are hot, but not SO HOT. Turkish people were used to go there for one whole afternoon, to have chats, to deal bargains, to drink tea and relax. I've written "were" because now it's not so common to go there. But do not miss it and no hurry, no hurry at all. Woman and man are always separated. I went there in bikini but all woman had just their panties and no bras. It's possible to get a massage, also, of course performed by a woman and it is usually very cheap.

Skiing Uludag

by DSwede

Not quite like Tahoe or the Rockies, but on par with what I've experienced in the Midwest of USA. Apparently here in Turkey, you can by an all-day unlimited pass, but more commonly people opt for the pay-per-run pass. You buy a ticket with as many runs as you want, getting a slightly better bargain for the higher numbers, and then every time you get in line, in order to pass the automatic gate, you must swipe your pass in a reader.

The area has huge hotels and condos, large enough to compare with the big resorts in the west of USA/Canada. The base elevation is maybe a hair over 2000 ft, and the highest peak is about 3000ft, but it's not accessible from the area. They will have everything if you need it, but larger sizes might be tough.

Traditional Turkish...

by a_manisa

Traditional Turkish Houses..
Some excellent samples can be found in 'Muradiye' region, just above the 'Zafer Plaza - the glass pyramide' , easily recognized by the clock tower seen from below. Take a walk up (a bit tiring walk), you will see an ancient Turkish world, don't forget your camera !! There are also nice coffe houses and restaurant-bars up there, try 'Kitapevi'.

Manuscript Library

by basak

Turkey is the country which has the most number of manuscript books in all sciences among Islamic countries. There are 13 libraries which houses the manuscripts. The one in Bursa is the 3rd biggest manuscript library of Turkey with its 8773 manuscript books. It's called Inebey Library and it is mostly visited by academicians stuying on history, philology, literature, bibliography and several other social sciences and knowing Arabic, Farsic and/or Ottoman languages. If you are an academician interested in one of those you may want to visit the library. It is open everyday except Sunday-Monday. It is at Tahtakale Inebey Street No:5.(Just nearby the historical Inebey Hamam). The library is situated an old Madrasa remained from 14th century.

From Istanbul:
The best way...

by aozcakir

From Istanbul:
The best way is to use the seabuses from Kabatas to Yalova or from Yenikapi to Yalova. If you are staying around oldcity prefer Yenikapi, else Kabatas is better. For the schedules and fares please visit the official site of Istanbul Seabus Authority.
After arriving to Yalova there are charter buses to Bursa, and it takes about one hour bus drive.
For the last two years all the buses are renewed and smoking is banned in the busses, so do not worry !
In Bursa, in the city center the best way is by taxis. For far locations there are minibuses to almost everywhere and do not cost much.

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